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 The Hellenic Genocide: Quotes from historical documents and related Photos
The Hellenic Genocide was the systematic torture, massacre and ethnic cleansing of several millions Hellenes (Greeks) perpetrated by the Turks in Asia Minor, Constantinople (called Istanbul by the Turks), Eastern Thrace, Imvros, Tenedos, Macedonia, Cappadocia and Pontos between the beginning of the 1890's and the end of the 1950's.
The Hellenic Genocide began much before the World War I and "ended" much after the end of the World War II but works about the World War I include essential accounts from eyewitnesses of the Genocide and are useful to understand why and how that and other genocides were supported and later on covered up.
Hellenes from Pontos in a Turkish labour battalion.
www.greece.org /genocide/quotes   (1002 words)

  
 Greece
Groups that follow the ancient polytheistic Hellenic tradition also applied for house of prayer permits, which the ministry announced in May 2006 were not approved despite advice from the ombudsman to the ministry to respond positively to the requests.
The Ministry of Education distributed materials to schools on the history of the Holocaust to be read in all schools on Holocaust Remembrance Day, and teacher training seminars on the Holocaust were held in 2005.
The ambassador attended Holocaust commemorations in Athens and the consul general represented him at Thessaloniki events.
www.state.gov /g/drl/rls/irf/2006/71383.htm   (5078 words)

  
 The Ultimate Holocaust (disambiguation) - American History Information Guide and Reference
Because the term "Holocaust" is so closely tied in contemporary times to the Jewish experience at the hands of the Nazis, use of it in other contexts may be seen by some as controversial or even offensive.
Similarily, the Asian Holocaust can be used to describe the mass murder of over 15 million civilians and POWs (including deaths due to Unit 731) in China, Korea, Indochina, Philippines, Dutch East Indies and the rest of the Pacific islands by the Imperialist Japanese during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War 2.
The term Hiroshima Holocaust is used to describe death of at least 140,000 civilians as the direct effect of nuclear bomb dropped on the city of Hiroshima and 130,000 who died due to damages from radiation.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Holocaust_(disambiguation)   (1529 words)

  
 Holocaust (disambiguation)
Because the term "Holocaust" is so closely tied in contemporary times to the Jewish experience at the hands of the Nazis, use of it in other contexts may be seen by some as controversial or even offensive.
Similarily, the Asian Holocaust can be used to describe the mass murder of over 15 million civilians and POWs (including deaths due to Unit 731) in China, Korea, Indochina, Philippines, Dutch East Indies and the rest of the Pacific islands by the Imperialist Japanese during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War 2.
The term Hiroshima Holocaust is used to describe death of at least 140,000 civilians as the direct effect of nuclear bomb dropped on the city of Hiroshima and 130,000 who died due to damages from radiation.
www.mcfly.org /wik/Holocaust_(disambiguation)   (1313 words)

  
 Holocaust Genocide Byzantium Jesus Christ Nazareth Poseidon Socrates Aristotle Athens Pagan Olympus
We ask the Holocaust of Hellenes to be recognized and the criminal nazarenes pay for their crimes.
By seizure of its property all Hellenes will be compensated for the loss of their freedom, consciousness, education, property, literature (burnt in fire), and Temples.
All houses of corruption of the nazarene sect will be removed from the Hellenic Holy Land as an indication of respect to the commands of Gods which we owe to obey steadfastly.
www.hellenicreligion.gr /doc_en/anagnorisigenoktonias-en.htm   (265 words)

  
 Holocaust Denial: A Global Survey - 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Holocaust denial activity decreased in the United States during 2003, but continued full force in government-sponsored media in Arab countries and the Palestinian Authority.
Plantin was awarded an M.A. from the University of Lyon 2 in 1990 for a thesis supporting Holocaust denier Paul Rassinier, and in 1991 received a postgraduate diploma from University of Lyon 3 for his research on typhus epidemics in Nazi concentration camps.
(Holocaust deniers often claim that Jews who perished in Nazi camps were not murdered, but died of diseases.) In 1999, Plantin was convicted of denying crimes against humanity, given a suspended sentence of six months in prison, and barred from publishing in the future.
www.tzemachdovid.org /vaadhatzala/shoah.shtml   (4903 words)

  
 World War 2 Holocaust
Functionalists hold that the Holocaust was started in 1942 as a result of the failure of the Nazi deportation policy and the impending military losses in Russia.
Holocaust revisionism claims that far fewer than 5-6 million Jews were killed, and that the killing was not a result of deliberate Nazi policy.
Although Holocaust revisionists claim to present documentary evidence to support their claims, critics argue that the evidence is flawed, the research is specious, and the conclusions are pre-determined.
www.world-war-2.info /holocaust   (1956 words)

  
 Kol haKEHILA online
The Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs has contributed in the effort to shed new light on the rich cultural heritage of the Greek Jewish community that was almost eradicated by the occupation forces during World War II.
George Papandreou accompanied by members of Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, the Jewish community of Thessaloniki, the curator of the Jewish Museum of Greece and members of non-profit organizations.
Because as it is often stated, archives represent the written memory of nations, the Greek Government and particularly the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has requested on behalf of the Jewish communities of Greece the repatriation of the communal archives of the Jewish communities of Greece currently in the Russian state archives.
www.yvelia.com /kolhakehila/archive/documents/preservation/preserv_foreign_ministry_003.htm   (1294 words)

  
 Hellenic Metal |
The sad thing is, that they lost this specific Hellenic touch, they had on their debut album.
Next two songs are from the A Holocaust In Front Of God´s Eyes 7" EP, the title track and Steppe, which is in a different version also on their River At Dash Scalding album.
The songs of the album were recorded in two sessions within a year, you can hear that the songs 1-6 differ from songs 7-9 regarding the sound and the songwriting.
www.freewebs.com /hellenicmetal/reviewsnz.htm   (17805 words)

  
 SMYRNA 1922 - PHOTO ARCHIVE
For even when Hellenes were not massacred, the destruction of Hellenism occurred with the loss of national identity.
The American Hellenic Society, an early version of the Greek lobby in America has left behind an important document, "Persecution of the Greeks in Turkey" which describes in great detail the atrocities of the Greeks in Asia Minor during the First World War.
The American Hellenic Society has also left behind a document submitted by Prime Minister Venizelos, "Greece Before the Peace Congress of 1919", which was submitted to the victorious powers of the First World War.
www.greeklibrary.agrino.org /projects/Smyrna1922/index.html   (1709 words)

  
 KhK-HebrewU
- The Hellenic House at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem - by Elias Messinas - 21.5.00
The Hellenic House at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Hellenic House was established in 1979 by the Faculty of Humanities at the Hebrew University campus at Mount Scopus in Jerusalem, Israel.
www.yvelia.com /kolhakehila/archive/documents/hu_greek_studies/hu_greek_st_001.htm   (2017 words)

  
 A Short History of the Jews of Greece:Ancient Times to the 1940's
By the late 19th century much of the energy of the Greek state was being spent in attempts to regain those southern Balkan territories historically associated with Greek history and language.
National “Hellenic” consciousness became the ideal, and Jews, along with the other non — “Hellenic” peoples of the country, found themselves in the process of Hellenization.
Hellenization required the official imposition of the Greek language; of the establishment of Sunday, not Saturday as the day of rest; and the considerable re-organization of the traditional religious life of the Jews according to the laws of the Greek state.
www.greecetravel.com /jewishhistory/ancient.html   (2015 words)

  
 Hellenic Genocide - Vehipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Hellenic (Greek) Genocide was the systematic torture, massacre and ethnic cleansing of several million Hellenes (Greeks) perpetrated by the Turks in Asia Minor, Constantinople (now called Istanbul by the Turks), Eastern Thrace, Imvros, Tenedos, Macedonia, Cappadocia and Pontos.
May 19 is the official day on which the Pontian chapter of the Greek Genocide is commemorated and September 14 is the official day on which the Hellenic Genocide is commemorated.
The Treaty of Lausanne ended the Greek-Turkish war and imposed the unjust and mandatory exchange of 300,000 Turks from Greece for the 1,400,000 Greeks that survived the holocaust.
www.vehi.net /wiki/index.php?title=Hellenic_Genocide   (4289 words)

  
 Hellenic Studies Announcements 2002
The aim of this trip, which was supported by the Program in Hellenic Studies, was to explore interractions between humans and the natural environment in a Mediterranean setting.
THANOS VEREMIS is currently the Constantine Karamanlis Professor in Hellenic and Southeastern European Studies at the Fletcher School of Diplomacy, Tufts University and is Professor of Political History at the University of Athens.
The Program in Hellenic Studies, the Program in Creative Writing, and the Council of the Humanities have jointly invited the eminent Irish poet Seamus Heaney, the 1995 Nobel Laureate in Literature, for a short-term visit to Princeton, April 15-18, 2002.
www.princeton.edu /webannounce/Hellenic_Studies_Announcements/Archived/2002/APR_Text.html   (2617 words)

  
 BLACK SEPTEMBER
The fall of Constantinopoulis, and the fall of the Empire of Trebizond eight years later extended the Hellenic holocaust to all Hellenic regions.
"The Miracle" by Leonidas Koumakis is an invaluable contribution to the documentation of the destruction of Hellenism in Constantinopoulis and Asia Minor.
The author recounts the conspiracy against Hellenism during the 1950's and 1960's, and describes the ethnic cleansing of Hellenes by the Turkish state.
www.diamandagalas.com /defixiones/BlackSeptember.htm   (1535 words)

  
 Greece and the West - NEW BYZANTIUM
It is a fallacy to believe that the geopolitical interest of the United States of America lies with the so-called Turkey (an amorphous, intrusive, and treacherous entity) that has attached itself to the life energy of the Western World without meaningful contribution and only on the basis of the self-delusion of the latter.
The fall of Constantinoupolis, and the fall of the Empire of Trebizond eight years later extended the Hellenic holocaust to all Hellenic regions.
"The Miracle" by Leonidas Koumakis is an invaluable contribution to the documentation of the destruction of Hellenism in Constantinoupolis and Asia Minor.
www.new-byzantium.org /GrceWest.html   (4050 words)

  
 Winnipeg Greek Association
to the documentation of the destruction of Hellenism in
the ethnic cleansing of Hellenism by the Turkish authorities.
The CHC is looking at our fellow Hellenes around the world and realizing how much we have in common as opposed to those things that separate us.
www.greekwinnipeg.com /special.htm   (1280 words)

  
 HCS Readers Write. . .
The law has to be equally applied to both sides or not at all.
We have nothing to fear because there is abundant archival documents proving that such an event did occur.
Of course I don't want to take away the true heritage of anyone that is Hellenic and living in Southern Yugoslavia.
www.helleniccomserve.com /hcsreaders.html   (2558 words)

  
 Hellenic Network - Calendar of Events
The Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center, presents "The Captured Image of a Culture: Sculpture by Anna Christoforidis, Photography by Michael Kambour at the museum, 168 N. Michigan Ave.
The Hellenic University Club of New York presents Dr. Dimitris Gemelos, Nicholas Bornozis, and Dr. Nicos Alexiou in a lecture/discussion on "The New Greece" at Holy Trinity Cathedral, 337 E. 74th St. Reception follows.
The Hellenic American Educators Association celebrates its 25th Anniversary at Terrace on the Park, 52-11 111th St from 1-5 pm.
www.hellenic.net /events.htm   (1136 words)

  
 David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies: Welcome
For the first time ever, a Holocaust denier was invited to the White House.
That is a historical lie composed by kike historians." Muiznieks said the article "may inspire dangerous consequences for the broader public and publicly undermine the honor and dignity of a concrete ethnic group." [footnote 14]
The Palestinians also have their own private Holocaust, and this is also true of the Gypsies." [footnote 20]
wymaninstitute.org /articles/2003-denialreport.php   (5023 words)

  
 David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies: Welcome
For the first time ever, a Holocaust denier was invited to the White House.
That is a historical lie composed by kike historians." Muiznieks said the article "may inspire dangerous consequences for the broader public and publicly undermine the honor and dignity of a concrete ethnic group." [footnote 14]
The Palestinians also have their own private Holocaust, and this is also true of the Gypsies." [footnote 20]
www.wymaninstitute.org /articles/2003-denialreport.php   (5023 words)

  
 Holocaust Teacher Resources
By studying the historical development and lessons of the Holocaust, and other examples of genocide, students make the essential connection between history and the moral choices they confront in their own lives.
Holocaust Teacher Resource Center Educators (kindergarten through college) will find materials which can be brought into the classroom and studied.
Shtetl (Frontline) A Frontline documentary focusing on the Holocaust in Poland.
www.wcupa.edu /_ACADEMICS/holocaust/teach.htm   (2150 words)

  
 JUF News and Public Affairs
The Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center (HMCC) in Chicago is proud to host Hidden Children in Occupied Greece, a traveling exhibition which explores the lives of 16 Greek Jewish children in hiding during the Nazi Occupation.
The fact that nearly 10,000 Greek Jews survived the Holocaust was due to the unwillingness of the Greek people and the Greek Orthodox Church to cooperate with the Nazis.
The mission of the Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center is to be the nation’s foremost center of Hellenic history, culture and the arts, where the public can explore the legacy of the Greek immigrant experience in America and examine the influence of Hellenic culture and people from antiquity to the present.
juf.org /news_public_affairs/article.asp?key=7758   (435 words)

  
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This is not a full catalogue of the hellenic words used in english.
It is important to notice, in this short catalogue, the special meaning and the fine sound of each hellenic word, that the english words do not have.
Most of the scientific, medical, political etc, terminology is pure hellenic.
www.geocities.com /aeolis.geo/lexis2.htm   (791 words)

  
 Zionist Mythology, and the "Crimes" of Hellas!
The Holocaust Museum in the United States had an exhibit on the Jewish "experience" in war-torn World War II Hellas.
Proof used for his assumptions was the "fact" that Jews in Bulgaria were not sent off to concentration camps, and that Jews that sought protection at the Italian consulate in Thessaloniki were aided.
This is the thanks and gratitude we receive for aiding the Jewish community in their time of need (as if we didn't need it ourselves), and for the memorials we create for them.
www.hellas.org /news/1998   (646 words)

  
 Dhimmi Watch: Letter To the Hellenic Parliament: Do Not Deny Genocide
Note the lengths to which the Turks have gone to cover up this genocide.
Now Greece, which has wrestled with its own turbulent history to evolve into a champion of democratic ideals, human rights and the rule of law, is poised to betray these very principles by denying the historical reality of a genocide that was perpetrated against its own people....
As noted by Professor Peter Balakian, prominent U.S. scholar and author of "Black Dog of Fate", the driving force behind the renewed awareness of Turkey's Greek holocaust transcends nationality and ideology: "this is not about ethnic conflict, Greek vs. Turk or Armenian vs. Turk, this is about universal moral issues and universal human rights issues.
www.jihadwatch.org /dhimmiwatch/archives/2005/03/005400print.html   (665 words)

  
 Hellenic Republic - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (printable version)
Hellenic Republic - Ministry of Foreign Affairs (printable version)
and the Eastern Bloc, and the competition between the superpowers of the time, our continent lived in fear of a nuclear holocaust.
I remember the anxiety we felt, as children, hearing every night on the radio that at any moment a nuclear holocaust might result from the
www.mfa.gr /www.mfa.gr/GoToPrintable.aspx?UICulture=en-US&GUID={4B695D83-7DB6-4C0F-9332-2AD461E098F2}   (1252 words)

  
 American Hellenic Institute
AHI and its affiliate organizations, the American Hellenic Institute Public Affairs Committee (AHIPAC), the American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF), and the AHI Business Network, a division of the AHI, are working together under one roof, to provide a joint program for strengthening United States relations with Greece and Cyprus and within the American Hellenic community.
The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt educational and research organization and is home to the first full-fledged think-tank devoted exclusively to the study of the critical issues confronting the Greek American community.
Promoting Hellenism and Hellenic Culture in the U.S. The Role of Greek American Professionals in the U.S. Delivering the luncheon keynote address was Professor of Hellenism Dr. David Weinberg.
www.ahiworld.org /newsletters/vol28no225.html   (4488 words)

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